CLUBS AND WORKSHOPS
The lather and shave preaching process
The Lather & Shave Club
The Lather and Shave Club meets once a quarter at Abbotsford and Cronulla. It is a club designed to sharpen pastors in their preaching so that they may preach with more clarity as they expound and apply the Bible in their local contexts.
We enjoy decent coffee, good food and a warm comradery. Our main aim, however, is to sharpen each other in the task of preaching faithfully, clearly, from the text and in an engaging manner. Each gathering starts with a presentation on an aspect of preaching. This is usually delivered by David. Following this we critique one another as we take turns in preaching a sermon.
We critique via the lather and shave method:
Lathering - what was good?
Shaving - where could this sermon be improved?
Currently, two men's Lather and Shave Clubs meet once a quarter in Abbotsford and Cronulla. They are clubs designed to sharpen pastors' preaching as they expound and apply the Bible in their local contexts. Currently there are no women's groups, but enquiries would be welcome.
Darryl Soh is the pastor at Abbotsford Presbyterian Church and co-ordinator of Lather & Shave Abbotsford
Hamish Burke is the pastor at Cronulla Presbyterian Church and co-ordinator of Lather & Shave Cronulla.
EPT Preaching Workshops
EPT Preaching Workshops are three day intensives for 8 preachers, involving all participants in preaching a recent sermon and then preparing and preaching a new sermon.
These workshops are held as invited, they have been held in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Bundaberg and Kuala Lumpur.
David Cook coordinates the Workshop and is accompanied by one other experienced preacher.
The pool of preachers used has included David Jones of Hobart, Steve Young of Springwood, NSW, and David Burge of SMBC. Workshops are conducted as we are invited ,use the contact form to make contact. There is no charge for the workshop.